This is my cabinet as of March 1st, normally when I start to move towards more spring and summer whiskeys, but the seasons are so messed up in Boston that it is pretty hard to actually do anything concrete with them.
Bully Boy American Straight Whiskey – A young, exciting whiskey from Bully Boy Distillers in Boston.
1792 Ridgemont Reserve Barrel Select – I cracked this one open the other day. I know I’ve had a few requests for this one, and I’ll be reviewing it in a few weeks.
Angel’s Envy (unopened) – I’m saving this one for warmer temperatures.
Rebel Yell (unopened) – I’ve had some requests for this one, so I snagged a bottle the other day. I’ll have a review up as soon as I kick a few of the other open bottles presently in my cabinet.
William Larue Weller (2012 bottling) – I opened this one up during Nemo the blizzard, and I haven’t decided whether or not to review this one yet. At $70, it is right on the upper end of my price range for whiskey. Any thoughts?
Old Overholt Rye (unopened) – This is another one I have had some requests for, and although I have a bottle, it might be a month or two before a review goes up.
Thomas H. Handy Sazerac (2012 bottling) (unopened) – This one will probably get opened up before it gets too warm in Boston. Like the Weller, let me know if you want to see a review on the blog.
Willett 4 yr. Estate Reserve Single Barrel – This one is going to be a tandem review with William from a Dram Good Time. We should have our notes up for you by the end of next week.
Bowmore Legend – I should have a review of this Islay scotch up as soon as I finish my mini-series on Irish whiskey.
Those are the whiskeys I have in the cabinet as of March 1st, let me know if there are any reviews you would like to see. In the meantime, let it ride!